The Hardest Part (album)
|The Hardest Part|
|Studio album by Allison Moorer|
|Released||September 26, 2000|
|Producer||Kenny Greenberg, Doyle Lee Primm|
|Allison Moorer chronology|
|AV Club||Favourable |
The Hardest Part is the second album by singer/songwriter Allison Moorer. The album is a concept album about a doomed relationship produced and co-written by Moorer's then husband Doyle Lee Primm. The album is based on her parents' relationship which ended tragically in the mid 80s when Moorer's father murdered her mother before killing himself. She told No Depression magazine in 2000: "This record was inspired by the things I saw my mother go through. It’s not the true story, but it’s inspired by the true story." 
|1.||"The Hardest Part"||Allison Moorer, Doyle Lee Primm||3:13|
|2.||"Day You Said Goodbye"||Moorer, Primm||4:21|
|3.||"It's Time I Tried"||Moorer, Primm||4:13|
|4.||"Best That I Can Do"||Moorer, Primm||3:23|
|5.||"Think It Over"||Moorer, Primm||3:57|
|6.||"Bring Me All Your Lovin'"||Moorer, Primm, Kenny Greenberg||5:24|
|7.||"Is It Worth It"||Moorer, Primm||3:23|
|8.||"Send Me Down An Angel"||Moorer, Primm||3:47|
|9.||"No Next Time"||Moorer, Primm||6:39|
|10.||"Feeling That Feeling Again/Cold, Cold Earth"||Moorer, Primm||7:31|
|US Top Country Albums (Billboard)||26|
|US Top Heatseekers Albums (Billboard)||26|
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